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Researching Films & Film Reviews - where to start
The library has many resources with information and critical reviews about films and film reviews.
Here are some good places to start:
Academic Search Ultimate Comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database, with more than 11,000 full-text periodicals.
Often referred to as the EBSCO database, (EBSCO is the name of the distributor), this database is a good source for information about a film, or film reviews. Actual films are not here.
ProQuest Research Library Research Library provides access to full-text journals across a wide range of subject areas, including business, education, literature, political science, and psychology with 2,600 active Research Library sources-- over 1,700 are available in full text. Over 1,600, in full image. Coverage 1971 to the present.
Like Academic Search Ultimate, a full-text, multidisciplinary database with articles from major journals, magazines, and newspapers on all subjects.
Newsbank - Access World News
This collection includes 12,000+ sources including international/national/local, 181 image editions and a variety of specialized subject specific content like business/health trade journals, broadcast transcripts, etc.
More databases for Film Reviews
The New York Times is famous for it's reviews of motion pictures. This database covers the time period form 1851 to 2018.
This is the database for research in Communication Studies. The reviews will be looking at films from that perspective. There are a large number of reviews in this database.